Stand a chance of winning a car and lots of other goodies as you participate in a fundraising program being spearheaded by Kokrokoo Charities Foundation (KCF), under the "Project 100" campaign.
Having already sought (and still seeking) the goodwill of corporate entities to help in achieving its objective to purchase 100 incubators to save preterm babies, KCF, on Monday, initiated another bold revenue generating stream.
It is dubbed "Spin for a cause".
Dennis Adutwum, Programs Manager of Kokrokoo Charities Foundation, giving further insight about the promo, said "it is an extension of incentivizing donation which is already one of the streams of generating funds for the purchasing of the incubators".
How to participate
Buy a coupon from Kokrokoo personnel wearing a white cap and an orange kokrokoo branded T-shirt from GHC1 to GHC50.
Scratch to see what you’ve won; either ‘thank you for saving a baby’s life’ - which means you win nothing but have donated towards the purchase of an incubator - or other prices ranging from phones, television, kettles, a car which is the ultimate prize and many others.
Spin for a cause is going to be taken nationwide for all to be able to participate and in the long run help in purchasing more incubators to save the lives of preterm babies.
The ‘spin for a cause’ campaign is being supported by Jumia, National Lottery Authority and Stanbic bank.
To support project 100 you can also dial *713*70# and donate any amount for a worthy cause.
To avoid being duped; make sure the person is carrying a specialised ID card embossed with sponsors logo and wearing a white cap and an orange Kokrokoo branded T-shirt.
Speaking to this, Kwami Sefa Kayi who birthed ‘Project 100’, appealed to all Ghanaians to fully participate and be more excited, even when they get the ‘thank you for saving a baby’s life’ coupon.
Other ways of contributing is by dialing MTN short code 3322 and donate GHC5
Meanwhile, 31 incubators have been donated so far and the breakdown is as follows
Tamale Teaching Hospital - 3
Cape Coast Teaching Hospital - 1
Koforidua Regional Hospital - 1
Nsawam Government Hospital - 1
Kwahu Government Hospital - 2
Agomanya Catholic Hospital - 1
La General Hospital - 1
Police Hospital - 1
Tema General Hospital - 2
37 Military Hospital - 1
Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital - 2
Sunyani Regional Hospital - 2
Effia Nkwanta Regional Hospital - 2
Prestea Huni Valley Government Hospital - 1
Ho Regional Hospital - Trafalga - 2
Jirapa Catholic Hospital - 2
Nadowli District Hospital - 2
Upper East Regional Hospital (Bolgatanga) - 2
Bongo District Hospital - 1
Navrongo War Memorial Hospital - 1
Remember to dial *713*70# and donate any amount for a worthy cause.
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